Ford hid the PCV underneath the intake manifold, in the rear of the passenger side valve cover.
top of the valve cover closer to the rear with a hose going straight to the EFI
The PCV valve on a 1992 Ranger 3.0 V6 is on the drivers side and fits into the manifold cover near the firewall. There are 2 hoses which conect to the top of the PCV Valve.
On a 1997 Ford Ranger , 4.0 EFI engine : The PCV valve is on the top of the drivers side engine valve cover , near the rear
On a 2000 Ford Ranger , 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine : The PCV valve is on the drivers side engine valve cover , on the top of the valve cover , near the REAR of the cover
On a 2000 Ford Ranger , 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine : The PCV valve is on top of the drivers side engine valve cover It is near the rear of the valve cover ( towards the firewall end )
The valve is located right on the engine block. it is a little hose that goes to the front part of the engine. its right below the 1st spark plug. you just pull the hose and the pcv valve is on it.
10 degrees BTDC with EFI
I know on my 91 2.3 it is located at the rear of the engine almost underneath the EGR Valve, just feel around and you'll feel the hose, pull the hose apart at the valve.
some do . some don't
In the 1989 F150 302cid EFI, the coil is on a bracket near the back of the engine on the drivers side. The bracket is mounted so that it sits just above the back of the drivers side valve cover and is parallel with the ground. The bracket also acts as a mount for the the two thermactor air system TAB and TAD control solenoids and the EGR valve control solenoid. To find the solenoid, simply follow the ignition wire in the center of the distributor cap back to the coil. Goodluck
I'm not a mechanic / technician but if you are talking about the 4.0L EFI V6 engine ( which is an Over Head Valve / pushrod design ) I would say the answer is ( NO ) From what I have read there are 3 different engine blocks for the Ford 4.0L EFI Up to 1994 model years , 1995 and 1996 , 1997 to 2000
On a 1996 Ford Explorer ( that has the 4.0 L EFI V6 engine ) the EGR valve is located on the drivers side of the engine beside the engine oil dipstick ( it is lower down and has a round top on it )
It between the exhaust manifold and engine block you have to remove the heat sheild which is in the front of the engine compartment if you look from the right side your left of the manifold you will see a pipe a 2 in peice of hose that is connected to it and the pcv valve it just sits in there back the hose to the your right down the pipe dont bend pipe and you should be abe to pull it out of engine block
fuel pump connector hot wire
Yes of why not...you should complete change your 12 valve 1300 cc engine to 16 valve 1300 cc EFI Engine for better performance and less fuel,GAS consumption.
how much would my 1991 ford f150 4x4 5.0 efi take in gas to full it up
2001 Ford Truck F150 1/2 ton P/U 2WD 5.4L EFI 8cylThe Spark Plug Gap.054 (In thousandths of an inch)
at 11 Oclock
I'm not a mechanic / technician , but if you mean the 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine , I would say ( no ) From what I have read there are ( 3 ) different engine blocks for the Ford 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine ( which is an Over Head Valve / pushrod design engine ) ( 1991 to 1994 Ford Explorer ) ( 1995 and 1996 Ford Explorer ) ( 1997 to 2000 Ford Explorer )
The Ignition Control Module on a 1996 Ford Thunderbird 4.6 is located inside the EFI or Electronic Fuel Injector. The EFI is the carburetor. Look for a cord that has a connector that resembles an HD Cable.
on the 305 EFI its located direct center underneath the intake plenum. have fun. its a nightmare.
yes with head modifications
No you can not a sohc is not as wide as a dohc and you can not inter change a efi with the carb
Look at the 8th " character " of the VIN An " X " is the 4.0 liter EFI - V6 engine which is an overhead valve / pushrod design An " E " is the 4.0 liter SOHC - V6 engine